The Ridge Golf Course
The Ridge Golf Club, originally known as West Ridge, opened in May of 1991. The Gene Bates Design Group was brought in to design a new 18-hole course that would truly cater to players of all abilities. Gene Bates is a renowned architect and his portfolio includes Old Mill, Riverbend, and Soldier Hollow in Midway. After looking at trends in the golf industry it was decided to build a golf course that would challenge and stimulate the low handicap golfer but not at the expense of seniors, women, juniors and new golfers to the game. According to early feedback from those who have toured the property, the new design takes on a feel that resembles golf in southern Utah or Mesquite, Nevada more so than anything locally. West Valley City intends to keep golf affordable so that golfers can expect competitive rates. In conjunction with its sister course, Stonebridge Golf Club, The Ridge will offer the $200 Player's Pass which allows golfers to play 18-holes with a cart for only $14. The Player's Pass is without rival when it comes to keeping golf affordable. Punch cards for frequent play or the driving range will be offered as well. The new golf course will open as a major player in the corporate and charity golf tournament market. With competitive rates and service, and attention to detail, tournament planners will undoubtedly snatch up prime dates for their events.
The Ridge Grill